First videos, now books: Publishers cash in on YouTubers. Apps, not maps: Bavaria goes digital to help Chinese tourists. And on Exit: Minimalist music video by Belgian visual artist Filip Sterckx.
Saša Stanišić was a 14-year-old refugee boy when he came to Germany, and he knew virtually no German at all. Fourteen years later, he became a successful writer — in the German language.
The two internet giants have struck a patent-sharing agreement and want to collaborate in developing new technologies as Google looks for ways to expand in China where many of its products are blocked by regulators.
Publishing houses are trying to cash in on the fame of YouTube stars. But can an old-fashioned book enjoy the same success as a viral video?
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